Indian Cinema : Indian Cinematographers
(BY: Divya Taneja and Edited and Proofread By : Nandini Gaur)
It’s been over 100 years that we Indians are appreciating Indian film and getting engaged by it. The Indian film (Indian Cinematographers) just engage individuals as well as is a major hand in the economy of the nation. There are in excess of 1800 movies get delivered each year in various dialects in India. Starting at 2013 India positioned first in quite a while of yearly film yield followed by Bollywood, Hollywood and tollywood.
History of Indian cinema and Indian cinematographer
The history of Indian cinema goes back to 1896 following the screening of the Lumière and Robert Paul moving pictures in London. Since then we can all see the difference in cinema there are now action films, romantic films and animated films many more. By the passage of time there is an increment in all the fields of work whether it is a small work or a big one.
We are in the age of new Bollywood which is from 1990 – present.
In today’s era of new Bollywood we see so many changes than before. The biggest change is color combination. The first movies was black and white which was later shifted to color films. The first color movie was Kisan Kanhaiya in 1934 directed by Moti B. The turning point for the industry was Yash Chopra’s musical romance Chandani (1989) starring Shri Devi. 2010 was the era of new faces which came into the Bollywood industry. These freshly faces then includes the now Bollywood stars like Ranbir Kapoor, Deepika Padukon, Ranveer Singh, Sushant Singh Rajput, Kangana Ranaut and many more. During this timeframe the movies idea moved from sentiment and run of the mill Bollywood substance to nurturing exercise content.
Movies like The Dirty Picture (2011), Kahani (2012), Queen (2015) showed the audience about the real life challenges faced by a girl or a women.
After a certain period of time the notion of filmmaking changes. The concept change and evolve with the period of time. Presently the idea of filmmaking has changed for breaking the generalization present in the general public with respect to the LGBTQ Community. Movies like Ek Ladki Ko Dekha Tho Esa Laga (2019) and Shubh Mangal Zyada Savdhan (2020) have a small tint of humor and sarcasm with a great knowledge.
Indian Cinema consistently develop and changes with the time frame and it will likewise change in the up and coming future.